Disney's 'Frozen' Gets a Full-Length Trailer

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Given that Frozen is coming out at the end of November, Disney's proven surprisingly coy about giving us a glimpse of what we can expect from the movie -- other than a brief, goofy teaser highlighting the comedic interplay between a moose and a snowman and the fact that the general outline was cribbed from the Danish legend of the Snow Queen, we haven't had a lot to go on.

That changes today, thanks to the first full-length trailer for the animated adventure, which stars Kristen Bell as a good-hearted lass who sets off on a perilous adventure to stop her wicked sister (Idina Menzel) from plunging their country into everlasting winter. It isn't a bad premise -- and as the trailer makes clear, it makes room for lines like "that's no blizzard, that's my sister" -- but does it add up to can't-miss family viewing?

It's impossible to say after watching a 2:33 clip, obviously, but one thing's for sure: Frozen already looks a damn sight better than Planes. Have a look at the trailer and judge for yourself below:

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